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>> don't ask me a question about the officials. so we'll just cut to the chase right there. >> after strong words to the media, the green bay packers eventually open up about the controversial play in a loss for his team. latest criticism for .he replacement referees >> and how the prince george's county police department is reaching out to the public unsolved murder of a high-school student. >> we have an update on have kitty. they found a new home for her and a way to shed some pounds. atod morning washington" 5:00 a.m. starts right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. good morning, washington.
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it is tuesday, september 25. . am brad bell i am cynne simpson. we want to get to meteorologist jeras. >> it is colder right now banned time yesterday, by couple degrees. a lot of forties on the map. this is the last board tuesday that we will have this week. cold front is approaching that will stall out very near us. that means showers will be in the forecast. it will be lasting into the weekend. get out and enjoy today. 54 at reagan national, 48 at dulles, 43 in culpeper. near 70 degrees by noon, partly warm with 74 degrees by your drive home. it will not be raining all week long, just on and off. angela, how is traffic >> ? moving nicely.
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an excellent start for your tuesday morning. right now. at 270 noaa bound and southbound through germantown, you should not find any trouble? . as well as 50. fro we are clear between annapolis also oncapital beltway, the b-w parkway. clear and open in virginia between the beltway and the 14th street bridge. looking pretty good on the beltway making a way around the wilson bridge and into meaning through tysons -- and through tysons, no delays or incidents. back to you. >> thank you. are big story, the monday night has criticse refereeshe replacement clueless in seattle. last play, the referees awarded seattle the touchdown h the packers got an
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interception. had players and fans fuming. >> it appears to be the last fumble for the replacement heat from the opposing team as well. >> >> there have been unusual moments for the referees this season. kyle shanahan chased one of them into the locker room on sunday. last night may of been the breaking point. after three weeks of bad replacement the nfl cost tension. >> i've never seen anything like years. all my >> one of the wildest scenes in nfl history.
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it appears to be intercepted by the green bay packers. even after a video review, the officials awarded the games to seattle seahawks, the latest embarrassment involving the t referees. >> the fact that it was reviewed. will this be enough to get officials back on the field? >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> the real ovaries are looking for more money. a first-year referee currently s about $78,000. john gonzalez reporting. former and current nfl players weighed in on the antroversial call along with wisconsin state senator. tweeted that at was robbed by the referees. and that the league could find
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him and use the money to pay the referees. trade aikman said the games are aikman.- troy and another player said this e if theill be a jok lockout does not end. stay with for the latest. men vying forhe the white house will be in new york city this morning. president obama speaking at the un general assembly. mitt romney speaking at the clinical global initiative along with president obama. >> president obama at the podium on thely statementsseries of by the iranian president, who that israel had
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no roots in the middle east. he speaks to the general .ssembly he discussed international including a potential israel over iran's's nuclear program. you fear that war is ?mminent perhaps even before the end of the year between your country srael?s rai >> the zionists are very much adventuresome, seeking to agitate things. think they see themselves at the end of . e line. end of th3 chairs were
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empty while ahmadinejad spoke. >> breaking news coming out of syria. >> scores of people are dead after an explosion. jummy olabanji has details. >> syrian officials say that a off nearbomb has gone . school building in damascus we have a picture of what that like to show our viewers. reports are that scores of people have been killed, several high-ranking officers. the explosion reportedly took place along the highway leading into the damascus international airport. clear if the highway or was the intended target. the associated press says there are unconfirmed reports that the recently been turned into a military intelligence center. an international envoy told
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yesterday that the war is worsening and there no prospects to a quick end to violence. t obama will be speaking at the united nations and we will continue to story this morning viewers anyr updates on air and online. olabanji, abc 7 news. >> prince george's county police public meeting night to discuss the recent murder of a high-school student, 18-year-old marckel ross, shot and killed on walked to11 as he in. capitol school in investigators are searching for the gunman and have not said what may have led to the shooting. tomorrowng begins at 7:00 at central high school. >> back to normal this morning at dulles international airport after a bomb scare. garages were closed several hours last night while conducted a thorough search. uncover anything suspicious. arriving flights were delayed,
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the >> good morning. i'm jacqui jeras in the belfort furniture weather center. outside, it is a little chilly. 53 degrees right now under clear skies. colder this morning and yesterday morning. . you will need . manassas. -- you will need a jacket. we will warm up nicely this afternoon, mostly sunny, 70-75 degrees. you are looking at the last nice the raine week before arrives. that in a few minutes. let's check on traffic with angela. good morning on this tuesday. g complicated on the parkway.-washington heavy traffic southbound inside the beltway. accident is reported between 202 and the 50 split. in va, things are looking pretty
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folks driving on 95 northbound. in springfield, on the beltway it is an easy drive on the inner .oop no trouble spots to annandale and tysons. loop fromer springfield crossing the woodrow maryland,dge into e well, and posted speeds, passed out five and up to route 50. back to you. >> thank you. 5:13. now we know what led to the s that caused last week's red line meltdown. metro tells "the examiner that was caused by work done at a power station. a second out is near the tenleytown station stranded a thousand people for more than an hour. the train trip relay device. the settings were changed in to prevent future problems. it is 52 degrees.
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i suspect he can take the hit. >> it's a big week of premiers on abc. giving away gift baskets celebrate, filled with $200 including show, dvd's. until 6:00 a.m. to go page to sign up. if we will announce a winner during ouris week 6:00 hour of "good morning washington." i want to check in on the weather. start.a cool >> enjoy it while we can. >> today is the best day of the week. d sunshine. 70's an we have some big changes ahead, with rain and clouds back in the forecast. we are clear this morning in. clouds in the sky to start.
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temperature at reagan national, 54. 48 at dulles. frederick, 41, as well as .artinsburg 50 in hagerstown, 47 in .37, rland -- the average low is 59. we are colder today than yesterday. the second day of the high- pressure system is the coldest. the high is off to our south. a cold front to the north will approaching. moister coming with it from the which will be igh. ning with tha clouds moving in by tonight. sunny skies today. 70-75 degrees.
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52-ight, increasing clouds, 59 degrees. of rain all the way .hrough the weekend it's going to be off and on, not e weekend, so you can do some stuff outdoors. i want to connect with you. reach out to be on social media myour twitter page or page.ok if you are looking for a forecast for an r community, make request and i will try to get that on the air. let's go to angela foster with traffic. morning. i wish i could say it was terrific on this tuesday, but so on the b-w parkway. lane closures possible with accident inside the beltway and 50.202 we will get confirmation on
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that. there's heavye, traffic getting through southbound on the b- parkway. in virginia, it's pretty nice for the most part. no disruptions around the beltway a try. ,velyn on 66 or leesburg pike greenway and the looking pretty good. there's a paving operation of fairfax county parkway, franklin, the lane is closed. back to you. >> thank you. new complaints about the iphone 5. >> john muller has details. >> complaints already about the iphone 5. say they arrived with case and theree problems connecting to wi-fi networks. some say it is too light. and the new map application is disappointing.
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don't ask me a question about the officials. so we'll just cut to the chase right there. >> the nfl replacement referee atuation may have reached on monday night football. controversial play on the - a controversial final play of the game turned what should of been interception into a touchdown for seattle. >> reaction to that decision will up all across the internet last night. john moreles will have much coming up in a few minutes. >> here is britt mchenry. >> the redskins defense is in disarray after losing some to injury. than 1100 total yards allowed in the three weeks.
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an interesting turn of events. they have remained in the game. argue ayear, we would get 14ach other to points, 10 points, 21 points was a gray day. this ande offense do , it isense drop the ball disappointing. >> the redskins are off today. the nationals are heading to philadelphia for a series. have a great day. >> thanks very much. degrees, 5:26. much more news coming up at 5:30. of dancing hason off.d of dancing hason off.d out why
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>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> very unusual. most unusual football game that i've been apart of. i know it's been a wild weekend in the nfl and i guess we're a part of it now. unusual and is one way to to thee the ending gamey night football between the packers and the seahawks. the final play is up for debate, t players and fans are not with the replacement referees. good morning, washington. tuesday, september 25. >> i am cynne simpson. good morning. we want to get a meteorologist jacqui jeras. it is cold. chilly.
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temperatures will be warming up on out.e s we will havews i some clouds and rain to go along with it. waking up to clear conditions temperatures in 40's for the most part. 54 at reagan national, 48 adults, 45 in gaithersburg,. 37, we will warm up quickly. in the air is dry, in heats up quickly. noon, 74 by 5:00. this is the best day of the week from here.downhill more on that in a moment. now to traffic with angela. >> we have confirmation of lane closures before the accident on southbound just 202, before 50. blocking two lanes, heavy., slow heavy no accidents on 95, but you are
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lights through woodbrige and starting around parkway andam the occoquan, slow traffic. in maryland, southbound 270 is getting jammed at the clarksburg. back to you. >> thank you. let's get to this big story. that the controversial ending to game.nday night football the replacement referees awarded touchdown,s the winning the game. the packersrs intercepted the ball. >> looks like an interception to me. is the latest in a series of calls made by the isferees and pressure increasing for the nfl to take action john. gonzales has more >> . the topic this morning is hotter coffee at the diner in spring. this is the same every crew that officiated the redskins' second
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game of the season. there have been unusual moments including the offensive coordinator for the redskins g penalized for chasing her sundayment referee on tunnel. we will speak with a redskins fan. jordan, what do you think so far? >> not only are the referees' , but there's no them, and like , weasketball and baseball are three games into the season changed playoff hopes teams.y it's terrible. they have to settle the dispute. it has totally changed the aspect of football. >> we will talk to the manager, paul. >> the flow of the game is terrible. not have to have a conference to determine those things. five minutes trying to figure
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where to stop the ball. it's terrible. >> i imagine some of the are upset because of tweets they have been putting out. packers player said -- and lebron james wrote -- rg3 -- a first year referee currently about $78,000 a year. bring them back. john gonzalez reporting, abc 7 news. >> a lot of people share5 that spirit:34. a major shift in the presidential race. york andey in new ohio today. more aggressive
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strategy to win votes. >> president obama will address the u.n. general assembly this morning. and the first lady and the view."nt will be on "the is expected toi deliver a wide-ranging foreign onicy address with a focus violence and a renewed warning to iran to suspend its nuclear program. republican challenger mitt hammer theinues to president's handling of foreign taking aim at mr. obama, for describing recent violence as bombs ine east road to a more peaceful region. >> he said the developments in the region are bumps in the road. [laughter] that was my reaction. had an ambassador assassinated. the white house fired back, insisting the president was not downplay the seriousness .f the threat >> it was a grasp at words and
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find political advantages. >> the united nations meeting is stopping mr. obama from campaigning.e will appear on abc's today in interview. what would happen if romney elected? >> we can survive a lot, but the want to people don't just survive. thrive.everybody to >> president obama has no meetings bilateral today at the un republicans said that he should with world leaders taping the view." >> pepco union workers are expected to decide this week if for will walk off the job the first time in 30 years. the washington post reports 1200 linemen, electricians, and other on ars are set to vote contract proposal on wednesday a. if rejected, pepco could face its first strike since 1985.
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the main sticking point is changes to health and welfare plans. >> it's 5:36, 52 degrees. >> tragic developments in the >> it's 5:36, 52 degrees. >> tragic developments in the wildfire battle in southern
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soleil at national harbor. good morning, washington. >> good morning, washington. i will be over there tomorrow at for a live shot. think they will teach me a trick or something. the weather is great today, conditions. this is the best day of the week not enjoy yesterday. we have showers and ,hunderstorms headed our way arriving tonight. clear and cool in the meantime, 54 at reagan national, dallas. our forecast, mostly sunny, a warmer, 70-75 degrees. the clouds are back with a f rain all the way through the rest of the week weekend. it will not be raining all day day, but it will be gray. now to angela. >> we are seeing building volume on
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key routes. and in accident has been moved to the shoulder, southbound b-w parkway approaching 50. still slow going getting through carrollton and ginsberg southbound on the b-w parkway. building volume is on 95 virginia. in very slow through garrissonville to quantico. on the brakes on prince william parkway to the occoquan. early jam making he drive from urbana to clarksburg, you are on the brakes southbound into germantown. that's the latest. amtrak is breaking the speed limit in the northeast corridor. it is operating fast trains 165 miles an hour. the tests are being done from massachusetts. all locations may someday have
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>> tonight will mark the first elimination from the new season of dancing. this is the all stars addition, featuring 13 former stars. >> which celebrities danced like left the show and which ones are a little rusty? answer. ♪ >> emmitt smith and his partner burton tackle the the cha-cha in the first round. their 24 points or was enough to end the evening on top. >> i am sad, because that means other place to go but down. is gil.nd place in third place is sabrina and her partner. >> that's how it is. >> we sound like an old married
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couple. >> a three-way tie for sixth place. elio. castro newedge be and val. >> we both enjoyed ourselves. good fun. melissa and tony ended up in .inth place bristol palin in 11th place. in 12 plays, kirstie alley. they thought the judge's comments were better than their score. >> i love you more than anyone .n the world i am breaking up with you now. i have never been in love with like i am with you. goodbye. goodbye is not what pamela anderson wants to hear after .inishing last
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>> after kirstie alley's over andce, she went bergeron and he did not say a word. she later claimed that the kiss for his winning an emmy award. >> we have an update to a story brought you about a week ago. skinny.nd cat named the tabby cat from texas needed a new home and a diet. she is getting both at a rescue group. once her story made headlines, the shelter received offers from all over the world. >> in consumer news, the trader joe's been a better recall is being expanded. bringing home the bacon about to get harder.
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linda bell explains >> . pork prices are on the rise. we could pay as much as 3% more pork this year and even more next year. k supplies are expected to to the lowest level in more than a quarter- century. pushing farmers to put more pigs to slaughter, -- increasing the supply. you will have a heart attack prices. look at beef we have a peanut butter recall that we reported yesterday. it's now being expanded beyond .rader joe's the creamy salted valencia butter is now recalling more types of peanut butter as
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butter after 29 illnesses in 18 states were linked to the product. is business news. headquartersberg york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. butter, theypeanut that together. it's 5:52. >> now i am hungry. it's going to be a beautiful day. day of the we have some big changes ahead. if a cold front is approaching will bring rain back in the forecast. in the meantime, it's gorgeous. it's beautiful. 54 degrees at reagan national skies at this hour we look at the jefferson memorial and the lincoln memorial. mostlytures in the through the area. in culpeper, 43 degrees, 41
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degrees in frederick, 45 in gaithersburg, 48 at dulles. skies this morning. that is across the mid-atlantic. across the middle mississippi river valley and ohio river valley, showers and thunderstorms and clouds. that will protests by tonight and bring in increase in the clouds. the rain will be sneaking in. it's not going to rain constantly, you can see. waves of energy will increase our chance of showers. mostly sunny skies today, warmer, 70-75 degrees. increasing clouds tonight, 52- 59. chance of showers wednesday saturday. 82 degrees tomorrow before nickelback down into the '70s. i want to connect with you on media. i am looking for some new
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followers. i would love to give you a personalized forecast for your or yorktown or your community. twitter or and we can be friends n tv.ll as o let's check on traffic with angela. >> we are trying to recover accident on the baltimore-washington parkway southbound of approaching the 50 split. it's on the shoulder but it is heavy through new carrollton and bladensburg. there's a new. -- there's a new on five in aryland brandywine. slow at that area. 66 in virginia, delays forming to volume. no incidents to report. , pretty234 business
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